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SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS ON COMMUNITY'S FUTURE

SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS ON COMMUNITY'S FUTURE

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As a candidate for the Greensboro City Council, I would like to welcome participation in my vision for our community's future. If people share this vision, their support is necessary and appreciated.

Nearly five years ago, a large group of our neighbors formulated ``Forecast 2015,' a road map to our future as they envisioned it.In the last few months, I've studied and focused the ideas from that document into a vision for the next 20 years.

I pledge to work toward that ``2020 Vision' of a better education system, safer neighborhoods, a more responsive and efficient city government, and a city that celebrates our common culture as well as our diversity.

I want every adult to feel his voice matters. It does to me. We are all in this together and together we can make positive changes.\ Terry Power\ Greensboro\ For art for art for art for art for art\ For art for art for art for art for art\ For art for art for art for art for art\ For art for art for art for art for art\ For art for art for art for art for art\ For art for art for art for art for art\ For art for art for art for art for art\ For art for art for art for art for art\ For art for art for art for art for art\ For art for art for art for art for art\ For art for art for art for art for art\ For art for art for art for art for art\ For art for art for art for art for art\ For art for art for art for art for art\ For art for art for art for art for art\ For art for art for art for art for art

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